101 Ways to Stress-Free Living: How to Declutter Your Mind, Body and Soul

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Friedman /Fairfax, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 96 pages
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In a world where people are subject to more demands on their time and energies than ever before, find out how to live a better, more peaceful life right now. Divided into four key areas-Your Mind, Your Body, Your Home, and Your Relationships-this beautifully and abundantly illustrated manual presents 101 ways to simplify your existence on every front. Get a head start on serenity with easy tricks to staying calm, and keep cool with the 10-second stress-smasher, yoga basics, and meditation. Cleanse the body with a program for detoxing, and replenish with energy-boosting or healing foods. De-junk and clear space in the home, and practice some quick-fix tips for a happy household. Create a harmonious workspace and use color to nurture a good feeling in every room. Follow the 10 steps to domestic bliss (there's one version for "him" and one for "her") and the tips for discovering that all-necessary downtime. Plus: troubleshoot, with 30 common stress scenarios and learn how to solve them!

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User Review  - Marilyn - Goodreads

No complaints, so far...Although much of it is like..."duh!" Read full review

About the author (2003)

Suzannah Olivier is a qualified nutritionist and is herself a breast cancer survivor. She is a lecturer with the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, writes health features for The Times (London), and is a committed campaigner for women with breast cancer. She is also the author of numerous health titles. She lives in Norfolk, England.

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